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Class A CDL Truck Driver-Distribution / Route Delivery Driver

Reinhart FoodService Springfield, MO

If you are an independent and self-motivated Class A CDL Truck Driver with a strong sense of integrity, join Reinhart FoodServices team today! As the… CareerBuilder

22 days ago

CDL-Class A Driver

Reinhart FoodService, LLC Springfield, MO

Qualifications include: High school diploma or equivalent preferred. Drivers must have a valid Class A CDL for interstate commerce with a minimum of… Glassdoor

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    Former Employee - Sales Consultant in Chattanooga, TN
    Former Employee - Sales Consultant in Chattanooga, TN

    I worked at Reinhart FoodService full-time (more than 5 years)


    In Kansas City RFS was a great place. They purchased American Foodservice and maintained the leadership and the culture. We were told that our model was what they wanted for the rest of the locations. However, things were vastly different in Tennessee.


    Kansas City: None. Tennessee is a good ol' boy warehouse. They are very focused on growth but all they want is new accounts no matter how small or insignificant. They will treat you well to your face and then fire you without warning if you don't have 40-50 active accounts regardless of if the accounts are efficient or profitable.

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    Be less like the other mega-distributors and run the company smarter. Cases per mile=profit. You don't take new accounts to the bank you take dollars. Getting new accounts for the sake of numbers won't pay off in the long run, it will ensure employee and customer turnover. Re-evaluate "sales cost" so the reps actually make money, or if you continue to insist on focusing on new business at least put a new account bonus in place to prevent burnout. Eventually the reps will discover that they are losing money by taking 2-3 case orders at 40 locations and will go to a competitor.

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